UK

Fashion Statistics

• £57.7 billion – was spent on clothing, footwear & accessories in 2015, forecasted to grow at a rate of 12.89% between 2015 to 2020 (Planet Retail, 2015)

• £26 billion – the direct contribution to the UK economy (GDP) from the UK fashion industry, up from £21billion in 2009 (Oxford Economics, 2014)

• £12.4 billion – how much the clothing and footwear market is forecasted to make in 2020 (Verdict Retail, 2015)

• £10.3 billion – men’s and women’s footwear sales in 2015, increased by 6.5% over previous year (Mintel, 2015)

• £32.2 billion – British luxury goods industry sales contribution in 2013, valuing the sector at 2.2% of the UK’s GDP, with £51.1 billion projected sales of British luxury goods by 2019. (Frontier Economics for Walpole, August 2015)

• £2.7 billion – “premium lifestyle” market worth, which is predicted to grow by 6.6% p.a (per annum) between 2014 and 2020 (PwC, 2015)

• £8.5 billion – Next PLC market value, making it the largest fashion company in the United Kingdom, followed by Marks & Spencer & the Arcadia Group (Fashionunited.uk, 2015) Source https://fabacus.com/overture-scm-plm/uk-fashion-industry-stats/

Digital

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Desktop still dominates time for certain categories
Despite mobile overtaking desktop minutes in many regions, Portals continue to receive the bulk of their engagement from users on desktop devices in regions shown

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mobile impact on categories provides varying opportunity. The relative impact of mobile on categories has major implications for both publishing and advertising, understanding scale of audiences and engagement on each platform

Source: www.comscore.com